Book Reviews

REVIEW ➞ Never Have You Ever by Elizabeth Hayley


Who is this guy?

Sophia Mason’s junior year of college isn’t exactly off to the best start. The semester has just begun, and the president of her sorority has already ousted her from the house. With nowhere else to turn, she ends up at her brother’s apartment—only to find it inhabited instead by a handsome stranger.

On paper, Drew Nolan doesn’t have much going for him as an uneducated bartender from a sketchy family. But when a spoiled rich kid asks Drew to take over his life so he can travel around Europe instead of attend classes, Drew sees the opportunity to get the college education he’s always dreamed of.

Forced into a cover-up under the same roof, Sophia and Drew forge an unlikely friendship. As the two grow closer, lines blur and boundaries stretch, and they find comfort in living the lie they’ve adopted. But reality comes knocking all too soon, and Sophia and Drew will have to weigh what’s worth fighting for and what should never ever have been. 

I shouldn’t be looking at you like I do or thinking the things I’m thinking.


Never Have You Ever sucked me in from the very beginning and I loved every single moment of this story.

After breaking a rule at her Sorority, Sophia was kicked out and went to go stay with her brother. However, when she showed up at his apartment the man living there was not her brother. Drew has an opportunity to experience college that he otherwise wouldn’t have if it weren’t for Brody, however, when his sister Sophia shows up to stay that can potentially change everything.

I loved Sophia and Drew’s relationship. There was an attraction from the moment they first met, however, with them pretending to be siblings to their friends and the entire school they couldn’t do much about that. However, you can only deny chemistry for so long. Their relationship wasn’t easy from the start and was full of ups and downs, but I loved them both. Drew was supportive of Sophia when it came to getting her back into the Sorority house and Sophia was supportive of Drew when it came to school and his job.

I wasn’t expecting this book to end on a cliffhanger and my jaw was on the floor when I got to the end. I was yelling at my kindle wanting more because it couldn’t just end where it did.

Never Have You Ever is a MUST READ switch and bait romance that will leave you feeling all sorts of emotions.